Her sexy content may get top marks online — but apparently not at college.
An OnlyFans creator who calls herself Sarah Button claims she was kicked out of law school, losing $50,000 in tuition and fees after posting photos of herself in her underwear on Instagram.
The 23-year-old Australian says she was told she “wouldn’t be able to continue” her law degree due to the risky content she shares online.
Button — who boasts over 124,000 followers across social media — believes a professor recognized her and reported her profiles.
“It was coming up to the time of practical placement, where we were allocated legal firms to do placement hours at, which were necessary for the next academic year,” Button claimed to NudePR.com.
“I was called into the admin building, and they asked if it was me, and I said yes, but explained that it was under the guise of an alias. But apparently it was against some social media policy I’d signed when applying for the course, even though it’s a completely different name,” she said, recently sharing her story on TikTok.
She says she was told she could reapply to continue her degree — but would have to change the “themes” of her online content.
Button says the interaction — which she claims took place last summer — angered her at first, but her “legal brain” understood why she wasn’t able to continue her studies, and now she “accepts” the consequences of her actions.
“If I was given the option I wouldn’t have altered anything, I’m really proud of my little online world,” she noted.
Button joined OnlyFans in 2021, reporting a monthly income of $110,000 from her sexy snaps, saying it’s allowed her to be more independent than she’s “ever dreamed of.”
“I learn so much about myself daily though just exploring my body and mind, and the minds of the people I chat to through the site,” she gushed.
“I’ve bought my own home and I support my younger siblings and parents, which is just incredibly enriching for me, and I am so beyond grateful.”
Button says administrators at the university told her she can keep her credits, and she plans to return to finish her law degree at a later time.
“I have been able to keep the credits I accrued while studying, and I think that’s pretty cool,” she said. “So if I decide to wipe my online persona I can reapply, but I don’t see that happening any time soon.”
It’s not the first time the content creator has made headlines — in 2022 the online personality reported being stopped by authorities in the United Arab Emirates while trying to board a flight with her dead boyfriend’s ashes hidden in a wearable sex toy.
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